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JESSE VENTURA WITHDRAWS TRUMP SUPPORT WITH EPIC POST: ‘HE’S GOING AGAINST THE PEOPLE’S WILL’ (STA BREAKING NEWS and ARCHIVES)

by Theresa @, Sunday, March 19, 2017, 16:42 @ chromedome

Hi,

I posted it because I found it interesting and it included Jones.

You want something more recent. This is from about 3 weeks ago.

Here you go:

Former Governor Jesse Ventura, of Conspiracy Theory fame, has officially withdrawn his support of President Donald Trump.
The last straw for Ventura was the Trump administration’s recently announced war on legalized marijuana.

Ventura wrote,
I thought Donald Trump ran his campaign as “a man of the people.” Someone who vowed to end the corporate takeover of our government, someone who vowed to bring jobs back. Even thinking about reversing state law and making legalized recreational marijuana illegal is going against the people’s will. This is going against job creation and a reliable part of a state’s economy. The citizens of these states VOTED to make recreational marijuana legal. It wasn’t the politicians, it was WE THE PEOPLE. Obviously President Trump is following in the footsteps of every president that came before him: he thinks the Government knows what is best for us. He’s been president for a little over a month, and he’s already forgotten that “We the People” are the Government! AND he’s planning on reinstating private prisons? Let’s connect the dots: Private prisons need to be 80 – 90% full to be profitable. If they aren’t, then states pay a fine. Non-violent drug offenders make it possible for private prisons to be full. Reverse legalized recreational marijuana, and private prisons will remain full. That’s his plan, people.

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